Our nutritionists & dietitians have been helping clients with the prevention and management of chronic disease for 15+ years!
Our team of practitioners can help you prevent and manage various chronic diseases. Here’s why you should consider working with us:
Registered health care professionals
Specialized training in disease management
15+ years of experience managing diseases, illnesses & conditions
Current evidence-based approach
Personalized recommendations & meal plans
Valuable tips, guidelines, tools & resources
Excellent customer service
Covered under many extended healthcare benefits
Convenience of 4 Greater Toronto Area locations & virtual counselling
As a result, our team of Registered Dietitians, Registered Nutritionists and Exercise Physiologist is in a prime position to help anyone looking to lose weight. And this includes those struggling with the chronic disease known as obesity.
Because obesity is complex in that it can have a number of contributing factors and causes, and because it may be accompanied by other chronic diseases, it requires sustained, longer-term care.
Rest assured that our practitioners are here to help. More on our weight loss program
Many of our clients seeks the help of our dietitian or nutritionist for diabetes, be it for prevention or management of the disease.
Our practitioners can assist in a number of ways:
Our Registered Dietitians and Nutritionists can help you manage heart health.
A renal dietitian or kidney disease dietitian plays an important role in helping to manage the disease. He or she can devise a meal plan to help you manage kidney disease or slow down its progression. More on nutrition and kidney disease
In addition, our nutritionists and dietitians often help clients with creating a kidney stones diet or meal plan.
The meal plans clearly outline which foods cause kidney stones (e.g., high-oxalate foods) and, as such, should be avoided. On the other hand, our practitioners will provide an extensive list of foods and recipes that are safe to eat for those suffering from kidney stones.
Because nutrition is the most important environmental factor affecting liver health, many people today seek the help of nutrition specialists.
Through dietary adjustments and changes, our practitioners can certainly provide support in helping you prevent or manage chronic liver disease.
Specifically, our Registered Dietitians and/or Nutritionists can:
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As such, it is vital to avoid those foods that can increase the risk of cancer, especially if eaten regularly and in large amounts. At the same time, these foods should be replaced with foods that greatly reduce the risk of cancer.
For this reason nutritionists and dietitians are essential in the prevention and management of diseases such as cancer.
Our practitioners can create personalized meal plans:
There are, however, natural ways to lower blood pressure. One of these ways is diet.
To lower blood pressure it’s important to consume wholesome foods: vegetables, fruits, whole grain breads, lean protein sources, etc. At the same time, foods high in cholesterol, saturated fats and sodium should be reduced or avoided.
Our practitioners can help create a meal plan for high blood pressure consisting of foods that you enjoy eating.
If you require assistance managing a disease that is not listed here, please get in touch with us to see if we can be of help.
Our clients come from across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond to seek the help of our practitioners for disease prevention and management.
You can book an appointment in-person at one of our 4 locations: Midtown Toronto, Scarborough, Mississauga and Woodbridge, or virtually. For your convenience, we offer virtual nutritional counselling via phone, Skype, FaceTime, Zoom and Google Meet.
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